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International Student Ambassadors

The International Student Ambassador program is overseen by the UCLA Dashew Center for International Students & Scholars. International Student Ambassadors are UCLA students that use their own cultural backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge to support the UCLA community. Selected Ambassadors undergo an application, interview, and training process. The Ambassadors serve on one of five specialized committees where they work on quarter or year-long projects. Through their work, the Ambassadors work to amplify the visibility, voices, and contributions of the entire UCLA international community.

General Info

MONDAY - FRIDAY 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (PST)
On Campus 106 Bradley International Hall, 417 Charles E. Young Drive West
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional

Contact Info

(310) 825-1681


  • You can submit questions to an International Student Ambassador here. You will receive an email with a response to your question within 3-5 business days.
  • You can find information about applications to become an International Student Ambassador, expectations, and tentative program dates here.
  • Learn some insights and tips from International bruins through International Education Week here.
  • Come to the International Study Hall, a dedicated study space on campus with light snacks, coffee, and power outlets. It is located in Bradley Hall 300 and is held every Monday night starting at 7pm from Week 2 onward. All students are welcome and you can find more information about this study space here.